Bob explained about the job and that they couldn’t come back the following Thursday. He might lose his new job if he didn’t leave on Wednesday. Sorry. They were told. If they wanted health care they would have to come back on Thursday. There was no way to get them in sooner.
CNA program: This is the first step toward your goal of becoming a certified nurse. You have to enroll for a program that lasts anywhere from two to six weeks. You could choose full time or part-time classes.
VNA Community healthcare of Guilford will hold a flu clinic at Staples Office Superstore at 1000 Boston Post Road in Old Saybrook on Nov. 14, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and at Ambleside Family and Elderly Living (Community Building) at 1784 Boston Post Road in Westbrook on Oct. 11, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Contact 203-458-5920.
Then Paula began to feel woozy. Her arm went numb and she had trouble talking. Bob did what he could for her but that wasn’t much. Paramedics took her to the hospital. Her blood sugar was over 600 and dangerously high. A few days later Paula came back to our couch with a free meter, prescriptions she couldn’t fill and the appointment for the clinic for Thursday.
It’s almost here! The Cruzin’ Havana Car Show & Poker Run returns for a second year on Saturday, June 20, from 3-9 p.m. You won’t want to miss this dream cruise of the Rocky Mountain West! The Cruzin’ Havana Car Show & Poker run is presented by Stevinson Toyota East & Scion and hosted by the Havana Business Improvement District. Cruisin’ Oldies AM 950 is our exclusive radio sponsor this year.
There is a book out there called “Freakonomics” that has a controversial theory that the reason crime actually went down in the 90s when everyone else was predicting the world would fall into a “Mad Max” state was due to the Roe v. Wade decision. It was approximately 16 years after that decision was handed down and made abortions accessible to women in low-income areas. In those areas, before that decision, mothers were forced to have their children and then those children were more likely than others to join gangs and end up committing crime. By reducing that number of unwanted pregnancies, there were just less people to join gangs in the 90s and, thus, the crime rate got lower.
Even if the climate bill costs Americans money, it will create lots of jobs. At least, that’s what the Democrats tell us. They claim that reducing dependence on fossil fuels and increasing our dependence on green fuels will create a tremendous number of jobs. There is no doubt this will be true. More green energy jobs will be created. Unfortunately, they leave out one small fact: If we decrease dependence on fossil fuels, won’t the “new” green energy jobs come at the expense of the “old” energy jobs? Will the country really gain jobs? If anything, I think workers in the energy sector will be lucky to break even on the number of jobs created.